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Strong performances all-round here.
ASUS Ships A7V266-E Motherboard
Although the memory benchmarks hinted at a difference, we are still surprised to see it almost 3 seconds behind the MSI albeit running asynchronously. We’ve found this combination to be the most stable in our stress tests. Another fan header sits just to the right of the floppy port. It appears so, the Asus can’t quite catch the MSI at default speeds but naturally edges ahead at overclocked speeds.
Let’s move onto another area of media encoding that has historically been heavily reliant on memory throughput, namely DVD encoding. The Asus is almost unique in that it offers both jumper and jumper-free modes of operation. The RAID ports are located above the main IDE ports, we’d wish Asus would differentiate the ports like most other manufacturers do, a completely different colour would have sufficed. The asud throughput is a far more interesting comparison. We weren’t surprised to see the board soldiering on even after extended abuse.
Everything is stowed away neatly. Here’s a quick look at the CPU adjustments available. It seems Asus’ lack of bandwidth is negatively impacting on results. This sound chip capable of 5.
The board packaging is subtle and not completely over-the-top like some. Will the trend that we’ve observed so far continue here? Although preferable for overclockers, it certainly puts an emphasis on good cooling.
auxio The layout of the board is generally good with the exception of an oddly placed floppy drive port. The modes can be toggled by changing the position of the JEN jumper located at the bottom right of the board.
It’s well presented, has a multitude of features and is a champion in the stability stakes. We’ll try the test at Fastest to garner an idea of total throughput and then at Quality to represent something that mirrors actual playing resolutions. Let’s pay a visit to page 1 of our benchmarker’s Bible and try the old favourite that wsus Quake 3.
ASUS A7VE – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KTA Overview – CNET
The very top bank of switches controls the CPU multiplier when set to jumper mode. Starting at the top and working our way down, we firstly see the rotated ZIFF socket. It also sports an upgraded South bridge which is now ATA compliant. Let’s have a look at the results. Here’s a quick look at our overclocking result. That’s not to say that Asus have not been busy in the retail channel, just one look at their extensive product catalogue informs you of that.
Although latency is cut in half, you do sacrifice some security as RAID 0, by it’s very nature, has no redundancy. The Asus seems to fall short of this little bit extra, it does a lot of things well but fails to set our world on fire.
A7VE | ASUS Global
Using our XP 13xcooled with a modified dual-fan Taisoland 1. We appreciate that little touch. We re-ran the test a number of times and found the results to be consistent. The scaling of the Asus at Mhz informs us of that.
We see the mark barrier breached once more courtesy of an overclocked XP Out attention is immediately drawn to the number of jumpers auio dip-switches on the board, something we are seeing less of these days.
This synthetic benchmark stresses the CPU, memory sub-system and graphics card to the limit.